If you drafted Alshon Jeffery around his ninth round ADP in the NFFC, you won the round. Ray Flowers breaks down what might have been the perfect draft this year in his final RotoWire column.
Jerricho Cotchery has scored in five of the last six weeks, but Ray Flowers recommends not starting him this week.
Ryan Fitzpatrick's legs have made him a top-10 quarterback the last four weeks.
Ray Flowers loves Brian Hartline's steady performance level in PPR leagues.
Ray Flowers discusses Andrew Luck, Matt McGloin and a whole host of other quarterbacks this week.
Matt Forte leads all RBs in fantasy points over the last four weeks. Ray Flowers takes a snapshot of each position over that timespan in this week's edition.
Riley Cooper was among the three-touchdown club members in Week 9. Ray Flowers shares his thoughts on Cooper and more in this week's themed version.
Not everyone can consistently bring it for his fantasy owners as Drew Brees can.
Ray Rice continues to be a disappointment this year. Ray Flowers puts Rice's numbers among many others this week for context.
Ray Flowers believes that Cam Newton remains among the elite quarterbacks, among other notes this week.
Ray Flowers crunches the red zone numbers for running backs and concludes that Ben Tate isn't worth being in the conversation so long as Arian Foster is healthy.
Jamal Charles is pondering a life without PPR leagues, and he doesn't like it. Ray Flowers is right there with him.
You may be down on Michael Floyd's production so far, but his snap count percentage gives some cause for hope, according to Ray Flowers.
Ray Flowers talks about who he's worried about and who he's not worried about. Which list does Russell Wilson make?
Better times are ahead for Jacksonville's Cecil Shorts, according to Ray Flowers.
Ray Flowers' new football column for RotoWire debuts this week. In it he discusses Ahmad Bradshaw, Josh Gordon (pictured), Emmanuel Sanders and more.
Yasiel Puig was benched for his defense on Wednesday. Ray Flowers talks about that and a number of other observations inspired from Wednesday's play.
Yasiel Puig has cooled off considerably from his initial scalding rate. Ray Flowers discusses how to make that information actionable in this week's article.
Ray Flowers puts Mark Trumbo under the microscope. Do second-half splits matter?
Stephen Strasburg is among the starting pitchers that goes under Ray Flowers' microscope this week.
Ray Flowers fetes CarGo's 20-20 achievement and discusses others close to reaching that milestone this year, and talks about a few of the bigger names on the trade deadline rumor mill.
Matt Harvey is supposed to be limited to 220 innings this year. Ray Flowers believes he won't be allowed to go that high, and mentions other pitchers that might have an innings cap this season.
Guess who has outperformed Manny Machado this year? He makes Ray Flowers' list of players performing worse than you might think.
Ray Flowers passes judgment on five players operating in a fashion opposite that we expected. He says to buy Starlin Castro now.
Ray Flowers assauges the concerns of Kris Medlen's fantasy owners that are worried about Medlen moving to the bullpen once Brandon Beachy returns.
Ray Flowers tackles Justin Verlander's disappointing season so far. Is it really all about the velocity?
Ray Flowers discusses R.A. Dickey's disappoing debut with the Jays and hits the bullpen circuit.
What's wrong with Nolan Arenado, Kris Medlen and Rickie Weeks? Ray Flowers suggests the problem primarily lies with our expectations.
Can Dan Uggla turn it around? Ray Flowers discusses him and three of his other struggling teammates in Atlanta.
Ray Flowers sends a skeptical tone about Patrick Corbin and Didi Gregorius in this week's version.